SeaWorld’s Aquatica re-opens for 2021 spring break season
SAN ANTONIO – Need something fun to do with the family this spring break? SeaWorld San Antonio is also home to WaveBreaker: The Rescue Coaster, the Great White and the Steel Eel. To cool off, Aquatica San Antonio is open for the 2021 season, with daily spring beak operation through Sunday, with hours from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. AdTo win a family four-pack to SeaWorld San Antonio, click here to enter the sweepstakes. SeaWorld is committed to the health and safety of guests, employees and the animals in its care.
Aquatica San Antonio opening to guests just in time for spring break
SAN ANTONIO – Aquatica San Antonio at SeaWorld will reopen just in time for spring break. Waterpark officials said it will be open from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. starting Saturday through Sunday, March 14. After spring break it will be open on weekends through June 4, then it will be open daily. “Starting this Spring Break, we are thrilled to welcome guests back to Aquatica and provide families a much-needed opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy quality time together, while doing so safely,” Byron Surrett, park president of SeaWorld and Aquatica, said in a news release. SeaWorld has been open since January, and will be open year-roundAdAlso on KSAT:
SeaWorld, Aquatica hiring for hundreds of positions in San Antonio
SAN ANTONIO – SeaWorld in San Antonio is hiring for hundreds of positions at the marine life park and Aquatica waterpark. The parks are looking to fill more than 500 part-time and seasonal positions including park operations, merchandise, food service, lifeguards and maintenance. Some of the positions come with a $200 signing bonus, SeaWorld officials said. All employees get free admission to both parks, free and discount tickets for friends and family and other perks. Those interested can apply today at www.SeaWorldJobs.com.
These giant tortoises have a hack to stay cool in the summer heat
San Antonio You can spot this pair over at Aquatica San Antonio. Primarily herbivores, they eat grasses, leaves and woody plant stems, but are known to consume fruits such as apples and bananas. Some individual Aldabra giant tortoises are thought to be over 200 years of age. To stay cool in the heat, they dig burrows or rest in swamps. Click here for more information on Aquatica San Antonio.
Aquatica is now open with enhanced health, safety protocols in place; SeaWorld is next
SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. has announced a phased reopening (with capacity limitations) of SeaWorld San Antonio set for Friday, June 19. Aquatica San Antonio opened to the public June 6. The reopening of the park will include enhanced health and safety protocols for cleaning and sanitizing, physical distancing, face-covering requirements and temperature screening. To help manage the capacity to ensure physical distancing within the parks, all parks will require advance online reservations. According to SeaWorld San Antonio, the phased reopening plan was approved by the state of Texas.
Aquatica San Antonio reopens after months-long closure
Aquatica San Antonio welcomed guests back to the park Saturday after being forced to close in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, although the park is reopening, there are new safety guidelines and protocols in place. For starters, guests are now required to use a new online system to make reservations before they visit. Temperature check at Aquatica SanAntonio (KSAT 2020)The waterpark plans to remain open for the summer season. Schlitterbahn New Braunfels set to reopen mid-June.
SeaWorld San Antonios Aquatica to reopen June 6
SAN ANTONIO SeaWorld San Antonios Aquatica will reopen June 6 after Governor Greg Abbott announced water parks could operate starting Friday. Other San Antonio-area water parks are also making plans to reopen at limited capacity. Schlitterbahn officials said the New Braunfels water park will open mid-June and Splashtown officials hope to be able to open within several weeks. Related: San Antonio water parks gear up for reopening after Gov. Theme parks are still not allowed to open under Abbotts guidelines.
SeaWorld San Antonio debuts ‘first-of-its-kind’ water slide
SeaWorld San Antonio debuts ‘first-of-its-kind’ water slidePublished: March 6, 2020, 1:36 pmTonga Twister will open March 7 at SeaWorld’s Aquatica. The first-of-its-kind water slide features tubes that take riders through 415 feet of twists and turns before splashing into a large pool.